ANU INDONESIA PROJECT
ANU Indonesia Project is a leading international centre of research and graduate training on the society and economy of Indonesia. The Project was established in 1965 by H.W. Arndt in response to profound changes in the Indonesian economic and political landscape. Initially comprising a small group of Indonesia-focused economists, it has since grown into an interdisciplinary research centre. Researching economic change is still at its heart, but the Project now brings together academics, students, policymakers and leaders from a range of disciplines and countries to discuss the multitude of issues in Indonesia’s growth and development. The Project has helped build greater understanding between Indonesia and Australia and fostered important relations between Indonesian and Australian scholars, students and policymakers.
J-PAL SOUTHEAST ASIA
PAL Southeast Asia, based at the University of Indonesia, leads J-PAL’s work in the Southeast Asia region. J-PAL Southeast Asia conducts randomized evaluations, builds partnerships for evidence-informed policymaking, and helps partners scale up effective programs.
Our work spans a wide range of sectors, including social welfare, migration, health, good governance, and financial inclusion. We conduct capacity building activities for policymakers, researchers, and academics seeking to learn and apply rigorous impact evaluation, and work with central and local governments to help build a culture of evidence-informed decision-making in the region.
FISKAL POLICY AGENCY
Fiscal Policy Agency (FPA or Badan Kebijakan Fiskal) is an echelon I unit under Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia, which has the strategic role as the formulator of ﬁscal and ﬁnancial sector policy recommendations, with the scope of work covers analysis in macro economy, state revenue, expenditure and ﬁnance, ﬁnancial sector and international cooperation. FPA consists of seven units which are Secretariat of the Agency; Center for State Revenue Policy; Center for State Budget Policy; Center for Macroeconomic Policy; Center for Financial Sector Policy; Centre for Climate Finance and Multilateral Policy; and Center for Regional and Bilateral Policy.
ECONOMY & ENVIRONMENT INSTITUTE – INDONESIA
Economy and Environment Institute – Indonesia (EEII) is a consortium of Indonesian research institutions that was founded by the Indonesian members of the network of the Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA Program), a widely-known program in environmental economic research with a long tradition of capacity building in Southeast Asia. EEI-INDONESIA is a member of Economy and Environment Partnership for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA).
EEI-INDONESIA is currently hosted and administered by UNPAD’s SDGs Center and LPEM FEB-UI.
EEII envisions a harmony between economy and the environment for a better Indonesia. It carries out the following missions: (1) Improving public understanding on the linkage between the economy and the environment; (2) Influencing contemporary public policies relevant to the linkage between the economy and the environment; (3) Producing future generations of researchers, policy makers and leaders of civil society organizations that have better analytical skills on the relationship between economy and the environment.
Center for Economics and Development Studies (CEDS) is a research institution under the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, Padjadjaran University (UNPAD). We envision CEDS to be a leading research institution in the area of economics and development studies in Indonesia and establish international prominence in Southeast Asia.
LPEM FEB UI,
LPEM is currently undertaking research, consulting, and training to solve development problems for the benefit of Indonesian society. These activities are based on robust research culture that includes applying theories in analyzing, understanding and providing policy recommendations. Supported by research staff holding advanced degrees from the best universities, both domestic and abroad, LPEM is always ready to help provide solutions to Indonesia’s problems.
KSI-Indonesia (Knowledge Sector Initiative-Indonesia)
The Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) supports Indonesian policymakers to develop more effective development policies through better use of research, data, and analysis. KSI works with research providers and government agencies to strengthen the quality and policy-relevance of research and how it used for policymaking. KSI also works to improve regulations and practices that support quality research and make using evidence in policymaking easier.
Prospera builds on two decades of Australian support for strong, sustainable and inclusive economic growth in Indonesia. It implements important elements of the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries.
Prospera works with around 30 Indonesian government agencies, providing them with evidence on which to base policy. Prospera advice helps to improve government spending and revenue, markets, the financial sector, transport, and public-sector institutions in Indonesia.
Prospera combines advisers who have extensive knowledge of Indonesia, with those who have experience in the Australian public service or emerging markets.
Prospera is a grant-funded partnership between Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Indonesia’s Coordinating Ministry for the Economy. The program is delivered by Cardno, an Australian professional services company.
IBER (Indonesian Bureau of Economic Research)
IBER has been founded as a network for economists and researchers to conduct high quality research, which is publishable in national and international journals, provide intellectual input on academic engagement, contribute to evidence-based public debate on important issues for Indonesia, and to create the capacity for top-quality input into economic policy making.